Marmot Fusion 30
Used this bag over the past year and I have found…
Fill: down mixed with synthetic
Temperature Rating: 30 F
Weight: 3 pounds
Price Paid: $90
Used this bag over the past year and I have found that around 20-25 degrees F. it gets a little cold, almost chilly, which I expected as it is a thirty deg. bag. I put a pair of thermal underwear on over the length of my legs and I was fine. But the bottom of the bag was cold even on top of a Therm-a-rest trail pad which translated into lower back pain. I understand that I should have had a thicker pad and a lower rated bag. I am fully satisfied with all Marmot bags I have tried. This is a great bag above 30 degrees F. and very compresable to about a 11" ball.
Here's what other sites are saying:
The Marmot Fusion is lighter and more compressible than a full synthetic bag, making it the perfect choice for backcountry excursions where rain is a concern, but not a certainty.
- Backcountry Outlet
A favorite of campers and backpackers, the Fusion by Marmot combines the best of down and synthetic for a remarkably weight-efficient bag that will still survive long spells of damp weather. Dualmax Technology Hood draw cord Velcro-free face muff Insulated draft tube Snagless draft tube Classic trapezoidal foot box Locking zippers Zipper guards Stash pocket “Feely” draw cords Stuff sack and storage sack included Fill: Primaloft Sport and 600 Fill Down Weight, Regular: 2 lb 14 oz/1260 g Length: Regular: 6’ 0”/Long: 6’ 6” Zip: Left/Right